World Cup Stadiums – Peter Mokaba

28th July 2009 | World Cup Betting category: Football World Cup News
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Capacity: 46,000

Situated: Polokwane

 

Stadium Information:

The Peter Mokaba Stadium is one of five new stadiums to have been purposely built for the 2010 World Cup finals in mind, and has a total capacity of 46,000. The stadium cost somewhere around $150,000,000 to construct.

The stadium was named after an inspiration leader in Polokwane, renowned for his fighting spirit and so it was fitting that a stadium would be named after the man. It is, however, set to host just a few group games.

 



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